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    What Culinary Delight did you have for your tea tonight?

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    Adam Mint
     
     

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    Re: What Culinary Delight did you have for your tea tonight?

    Post by Adam Mint on Mon 8 Oct 2012 - 19:19

    The
    liquid nitrogen things got me going, so frozen Indian from the freezer tonight,
    gauntlets and tongs at the ready...



    Had
    it before its ok, 7/10.

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    Re: What Culinary Delight did you have for your tea tonight?

    Post by Perfectspecimen on Mon 8 Oct 2012 - 19:20

    Battered Pollocks.



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    Re: What Culinary Delight did you have for your tea tonight?

    Post by searcher on Mon 8 Oct 2012 - 19:52

    ooh that sounds bloody painful
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    Re: What Culinary Delight did you have for your tea tonight?

    Post by Campbell Brodie on Mon 8 Oct 2012 - 20:15

    Took Mermaid up to Muckhart to our wee pub, she had honey roast ham steak and I went for good old steak pie! Yumtastic! 8/10



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    Re: What Culinary Delight did you have for your tea tonight?

    Post by Topdog on Mon 8 Oct 2012 - 20:18

    Adam Mint wrote:The
    liquid nitrogen things got me going, so frozen Indian from the freezer tonight,
    gauntlets and tongs at the ready...



    Had
    it before its ok, 7/10.

    re freeze with nitrogen on way out.
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    Re: What Culinary Delight did you have for your tea tonight?

    Post by Adam Mint on Wed 10 Oct 2012 - 3:20

    Well,,, on way home from local was a bit light on funds so by-passed the take-way, got
    home and had a look in the fridge, 8 cans of lager, couple of bottles of vino, a
    pack of pita bread, some cheese, couple of chillies, a few onions, and a garlic
    bulb and the usual other bits and bobs spread around the kitchen,,,, needed something
    tasty............... So crushed a couple of the garlic cloves then separated in
    to two small dip type dishes and added a bit olive oil to both, then to one a
    bit mayo salt and pepper, mixed and ala alliolly, to the other added one finely
    chopped red chilli, a bit salt and pepper, and a 50/50 mix of teriyaki and soya
    sauce, then stuck the pita in the toaster until it popped, stuffed it with
    cheese and thinly sliced onion rings plus a couple of teaspoonfuls of the chilly mix, then in to the microwave
    for a minute, then back in the toaster to for another minute or so, opened up
    and spread in a bit of the alliolly, yum, fu#king yum yum yum....


    Good job its pool night tomorrow as no feckin bird would wanna snog me, not even an ugly
    one, but well worth the sacrifice, what a taste............


    Problem is got a fair bit of both mixes left, thinking they could be stuffed in to a bit chicken and pan fried for
    tomorrows tea, oh well, it all helps to develop the biceps I suppose...


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    Re: What Culinary Delight did you have for your tea tonight?

    Post by Topdog on Wed 10 Oct 2012 - 8:42

    Sounds good nice rear this morning then
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    Re: What Culinary Delight did you have for your tea tonight?

    Post by Campbell Brodie on Wed 10 Oct 2012 - 16:15

    Adam Mint wrote:Well,,, on way home from local was a bit light on funds so by-passed the take-way, got
    home and had a look in the fridge, 8 cans of lager, couple of bottles of vino, a
    pack of pita bread, some cheese, couple of chillies, a few onions, and a garlic
    bulb and the usual other bits and bobs spread around the kitchen,,,, needed something
    tasty............... So crushed a couple of the garlic cloves then separated in
    to two small dip type dishes and added a bit olive oil to both, then to one a
    bit mayo salt and pepper, mixed and ala alliolly, to the other added one finely
    chopped red chilli, a bit salt and pepper, and a 50/50 mix of teriyaki and soya
    sauce, then stuck the pita in the toaster until it popped, stuffed it with
    cheese and thinly sliced onion rings plus a couple of teaspoonfuls of the chilly mix, then in to the microwave
    for a minute, then back in the toaster to for another minute or so, opened up
    and spread in a bit of the alliolly, yum, fu#king yum yum yum....


    Good job its pool night tomorrow as no feckin bird would wanna snog me, not even an ugly
    one, but well worth the sacrifice, what a taste............


    Problem is got a fair bit of both mixes left, thinking they could be stuffed in to a bit chicken and pan fried for
    tomorrows tea, oh well, it all helps to develop the biceps I suppose...



    How can you do all that when you're pissed? I'd make do with toasted cheese...



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    Re: What Culinary Delight did you have for your tea tonight?

    Post by Adam Mint on Wed 10 Oct 2012 - 17:02

    I get creative...


    Couple of weeks back pub we normally end up in on
    a Sunday night when it turfs out we all end up in takeaway opposite, this
    particular Sunday it was mobbed out and they aint the quickest at serving, so I
    said to girl I was with it’s ok got plenty of food back at my place (which was
    just round the corner), back home... Chicken, red and green peppers, onion and
    mushrooms, done in spicy chilli sauce with extra fresh chillies and garlic added,
    served it on a bed of noodles stir fried in garlic and soya,,, took about half
    an hour... You would think she would be
    impressed, no, moaned all the way through my perpetration and cooking, tried to
    explain we would have waited longer in the takeaway as we have in the past,
    but, would she buy it, no, moan, moan, moan, women, they just don’t listen...



    Soon shut her gob when she tasted it.................
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    Re: What Culinary Delight did you have for your tea tonight?

    Post by Mcqueen on Wed 10 Oct 2012 - 17:08

    Tasted what ?
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    Re: What Culinary Delight did you have for your tea tonight?

    Post by Adam Mint on Wed 10 Oct 2012 - 17:14

    Remember that doctors visit I mentioned, have you any idea how painful a chilli burn can be...
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    Re: What Culinary Delight did you have for your tea tonight?

    Post by Mcqueen on Wed 10 Oct 2012 - 17:16

    Childs play, Try a torn rim
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    Re: What Culinary Delight did you have for your tea tonight?

    Post by Campbell Brodie on Wed 10 Oct 2012 - 17:44

    Mcqueen wrote:Tasted what ?



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    Re: What Culinary Delight did you have for your tea tonight?

    Post by Mcqueen on Wed 10 Oct 2012 - 18:03

    Toad in the Hole Bit different innit, 7/10
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    Re: What Culinary Delight did you have for your tea tonight?

    Post by Perfectspecimen on Wed 10 Oct 2012 - 18:13

    Spag Bol, with cheese........



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    Re: What Culinary Delight did you have for your tea tonight?

    Post by Mcqueen on Wed 10 Oct 2012 - 18:13

    Sound like an Avatar
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    Re: What Culinary Delight did you have for your tea tonight?

    Post by Campbell Brodie on Wed 10 Oct 2012 - 18:38

    Chips with sausage casserole with onions and red peppers in a sauce. 8/10



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    Re: What Culinary Delight did you have for your tea tonight?

    Post by Topdog on Wed 10 Oct 2012 - 18:45

    salmon and chilli fish cakes.
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    Re: What Culinary Delight did you have for your tea tonight?

    Post by Adam Mint on Wed 10 Oct 2012 - 19:12

    Chicken breast marinated in chilli, garlic, soya
    and teriyaki sauce, served in a warm pitta with loads of alliolly, and a side salad,
    washed down with a very nice chilled 2012 Carlsberg... 10/10.



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    Re: What Culinary Delight did you have for your tea tonight?

    Post by Campbell Brodie on Wed 10 Oct 2012 - 19:35

    Adam Mint wrote:Chicken breast marinated in chilli, garlic, soya
    and teriyaki sauce, served in a warm pitta with loads of alliolly, and a side salad,
    washed down with a very nice chilled 2012 Carlsberg... 10/10.




    Bag of chips then with a coke...



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    Re: What Culinary Delight did you have for your tea tonight?

    Post by Topdog on Wed 10 Oct 2012 - 19:47

    Mini Cheddars and half a shandy more like.
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    Re: What Culinary Delight did you have for your tea tonight?

    Post by Mcqueen on Wed 10 Oct 2012 - 20:18

    I thought i talked a load of shite, He's beating me hands down
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    Re: What Culinary Delight did you have for your tea tonight?

    Post by 3rdforum on Wed 10 Oct 2012 - 20:53

    Pizza & waffles and chicken breast that little fella wouldn't eat. 5/10






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    Re: What Culinary Delight did you have for your tea tonight?

    Post by Adam Mint on Thu 11 Oct 2012 - 2:38

    Mcqueen wrote:I thought i talked a load of shite, He's beating me hands down

    Just give me a decent severance package or it will be an industrial injury tribunal, repetitive strain injury...


    Putting up with you lot daily.........



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    Re: What Culinary Delight did you have for your tea tonight?

    Post by Mermaid on Thu 11 Oct 2012 - 8:27

    You love visiting us on here Adam.



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